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Publicity Tips/More Eyes on Your Press Releases June 19, 2012 via @publicityhound

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Tips Of The Week -- June 19, 2012
Issue #623

In This Issue: 

1.    More Eyes on Your Press Releases

2.    Site Rates Journalists

3.    What's Your Burning Question?

4.    Hound Joke of the Week

1. More Eyes on Your Press Releases 

Remember, way back, when you created a Company Page on LinkedIn?

How long has it been since you updated it?

What new products and services have you introduced since then? Which employees have left? And which ones have joined you?

While you're updating it, don't forget to link to a page where visitors can see all the headlines on your press releases! It's such a simple thing, but something many Publicity Hounds forget.

I've been sharing tips here on how to promote your press releases, and I have almost three dozen other ideas that I'll share during the webinar on "33 Ways to Promote Your Press Releases" from 3 to 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 21. I'm recording it, and if you can't attend live, I'll send you the link to the video replay and all the bonuses.

This one will sell out fast, and I have a limited number of "seats" on the line. Register now.

2. Site Rates Journalists 

PitchingNotes.com, a new site that rates journalists, is asking Publicity Hounds everywhere to create a free account, rate your favorite (or not-so-favorite) journalist, and join in the conversation.

This isn't a place to bash reporters. Rather, it's a site where you can give the heads-up to others who might be pitching print media and broadcasters.

Journalists, you're welcome to sign up, too, and explain how you would like to be pitched.

If you know of any other sites that rate journalists, hit Reply and let me know. I'll share details at my blog.

3. What's Your Burning Question? 

I'm looking for topics for upcoming webinars, articles and blog posts.

What's the Number One burning question (or two or three) that you have about how to promote using traditional or social media?

Hit Reply and ask away.

4. Hound Joke of the Week 

Sign in a vet's office: "Come. Sit. Stay."

Dog Jokes & Quotes Ebook: 170+ G-rated dog jokes and quotes, perfect for a dog-lover, your favorite vet, or just for a few good laughs. 

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Joan Stewart
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